In 2018 when I happened to visit Goizueta during the school’s annual Inside Goizueta Diversity Conference, I met Karina de Sousa 19MBA, a Social Enterprise at Goizueta (SE@G) fellow. She spoke very highly of the organization. Since then, I knew that if accepted to Goizueta, I wanted to get involved in one or more of the clubs that sat under SE@G. Fast forward to my Core semester in the fall of 2019, I met Sam Oldroyd 20MBA, the then-vice president of Goizueta Gives, a community service–oriented club whose mission is to have a positive impact on the greater Georgia community by connecting students...
Impact investing is a growing trend in the world of social impact and entrepreneurship. Traditionally, social enterprises were formalized as nonprofit entities and competed for grant funding from government and philanthropic foundations.
Recently, dozens of Goizueta Business School students journeyed to Detroit, Michigan, to embark on the journey that is the National Black MBA Association’s Annual Conference & Exposition.
It is true that much of your time as an MBA is spent studying for exams, meeting with project groups and preparing for interviews. However, what truly completes the MBA experience is the extracurricular and social activities in which you can engage.
The Goizueta Healthcare Association recently hosted the official kick off for an exciting healthcare case competition.
There is never a dull moment at Goizueta. You arrive here on campus surrounded by hundreds of new friends who are equally ambitious and interesting people, and together you get to dive in and explore interest and activities, either by joining formal clubs or just gathering together with classmates to explore similar interests. There is something here for everyone.
Among several active clubs at Goizueta, a breadth of alumni programs and channels, and other graduate programs on campus, Emory continues to be a strong community supporter and contributor.
Business school: Where people take classes and grow their careers, right? While the classroom and the career center may occupy a lot of our time, clubs are another integral part of the business school experience.